Five graphic design students earn ADDYs

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Five graphic design students earn ADDYs

School of Art, Art History & Design ADDY winners (left to right):  Keegan Towey, Shaydan Bayless, Fatima Al-Jayashi, Joe Warren and Ava Schicke.
School of Art, Art History and Design ADDY winners are (from left) Keegan Towey, Shaydan Bayless, Fatima Al-Jayashi, Joe Warren and Ava Schicke.

Five graphic design students in the School of Art, Art History and Design took home ADDY Awards in the Nebraska American Advertising Awards.

“The Nebraska American Advertising Awards are a fantastic opportunity for our UNL graphic design students to get noticed not just locally, but across the region and country,” said Jen Landis, assistant professor of practice in graphic design. “Winning a gold or silver ADDY puts our students a step above in the design world – it’s a significant achievement.”

The five winners included (name, project, award):

  • Keegan Towey, Cock Fight: Men vs. Masculinity, Gold ADDY Award

  • Joe Warren, Why We Need LIVE Music, Silver ADDY Award and Judges Choice Award

  • Ava Schicke, Scrolling Is The New Smoking, Gold and Silver ADDY Awards

  • Shaydan Bayless, Designing a Better Dollhouse, Gold ADDY Award

  • Fatima Al-Jayashi, Alebrije Happy Meal, Silver ADDY Award

In addition, the following students won District 9 (Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri) awards and will compete in the National ADDYs on May 31:

  • Keegan Towey: Cock Fight: Men vs. Masculinity, Gold ADDY and Judges Choice Award

  • Ava Schicke, Scrolling Is The New Smoking, Gold ADDY, Judges Choice Award and Silver ADDY

Learn more about the students and projects.

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